US Women’s National Team Victory Tour: Preview, Information & Prices [DATES & TICKET INFO]
The United States Women’s National Team will be going on an American victory tour to celebrate the winning of their back-to-back World Cups. They will hit both the East and West coasts, as well as the Midwest.
Their first match will be hosted at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California on Saturday, August 3. The US Women’s Team will face the Republic of Ireland on their first match of their victory tour. Tickets for the match range from $44-$380 for the 10:00 p.m. EST kickoff time.
Their second match will be on the other coast, where they will travel to Lincoln Financial Field to face the Portugal National Team. Tickets in Philadelphia are ranging from $58-$300 for the match on August 29 at 7:00 p.m. EST.
The final match of their three-match tour will be held in the Midwest in the Allianz Field in St. Paul, Minnesota. The kickoff is at 7:00 p.m. EST, where the U.S. Team will face the Portuguese National Team again five days later on September 3. Tickets for the match are the most expensive, ranging from $217-$350 for the final game of their victory tour.
The games will certainly be more laid-back, with the Women’s National Team mostly focused on celebrating their win and honoring their fans across the United States.
The United States Women’s National Team won the 2019 World Cup earlier this month, while head coach Jill Ellis became the first Women’s World Cup manager to ever win back-to-back World Cups.
“The level around the world is going exponentially every year,” Ellis said, according to CNN. “Four years on, this was incredibly difficult because the opponent is better. The teams that we had to come through are some of the best teams in the world. In terms of the path and the level, this was pretty challenging.”
The US beat the Netherlands back on July 7, when Megan Rapinoe broke the deadlock with a penalty in the 61st minute, followed by Rose Lavelle’s dagger in the 69th minute to help raise the US to their back-to-back World titles.